Service of Comfort & Hope
While Advent is a season of hope and Christmas is a season of joy, not everyone feels hopeful or like celebrating.
aging, depression, loneliness, unemployment, and loss are magnified. Even those who are not struggling with losses may feel
the stress of preparations and expectations around Christmas time.
A Service of Comfort and Hope may provide a time and
place of solace during the often frenetic days surrounding the celebration of Christmas. We come together seeking healing and
room to share grief, sadness, loneliness, or confusion when these emotions often feel out of place during the holidays.
This service will be in-person and livestreamed on Sunday, December 18th at 7 PM.